Sunday, June 04, 2006

Bug Walk at Stanley Park

I just got in from a two-hour lecture that I gave about insects, at Stanley Park. I chose to speak about insects' role as evironmental architects, ant supercolonies, insect morphological diversity, insect life-cycles, earwigs, dragonflies, and a bunch of other stuff. The lecture was attended by about fifteen people, even though the sky was overcast, and it rained a bit. My next lecture is in July, on Sunday, the 16th, at 1:00 PM, and I will continue to lecture throughout the summer and fall. Check out the Stanley Park Ecology Society's web page for Discovery Walk Schedules.

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